St. Anthony Expands Services with $152 Million Tower

Although the tower broke ground just as the COVID-19 pandemic was beginning, the project was able to stay on schedule.

By HFT Staff
June 17, 2022

St. Anthony’s expansion, which began in 2020, will add approximately 143,000 square feet to the hospital’s campus. The tower project is part of a multi-year expansion, renovation and relocation of hospital services. The hospital is licensed for 448 beds. 

The $152 million patient tower features spacious rooms to help make patients feel at home. In addition, the project includes expansion, renovation and relocation of hospital services, including: 

  • non-invasive cardiology 
  • pre-admission testing for surgical patients 
  • three additional surgical suites 
  • inpatient dialysis 
  • new electrical plant 
  • new classrooms 
  • expanded loading dock 
  • cafeteria and kitchen. 

The completion of the tower also marks the return of the hospital’s main entrance, which includes a covered drop-off area for weatherproof convenience. 

St. Anthony’s will relocate patient units and services into the new building on a rotating schedule in the upcoming weeks. Then renovations will begin in those vacated spaces. More construction is planned near the hospital’s emergency center during the remainder of the year. 

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